First we had to endure our two-year pandemic, then the protests in Ottawa, and now this devastating war in the Ukraine? Our world can feel so vulnerable for us all because many of us have friends and relatives who are living through this recent Russian invasion. I often wonder if Putin is suffering from his own pandemic burnout…acting in these outrageous ways. What other explanation can there be for his threatening nuclear war and bombing so many innocent people in the Ukraine? It is SO sad to see families fleeing from their homes in Ukraine and every able bodied … Read the rest Read More
What are Your Moments?
Since my last blog about exercising your ‘positivity bias’, some readers have commented that they feel more energetic. Keep choosing your word of the day and think about powerful moments.
We all have defining moments in our lives… graduating from school, getting married, having babies, starting our careers… But what about day to day moments? Small conversations with a stranger in a coffee shop, big conversations with a loved one, last conversations with a parent or a child… what moments matter to you?
What was your favorite moment yesterday?
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